ADD ADULT - Alternative or Natural Treatment Suggestions
I am seeking suggestions for 'alternative' or 'natural' treatment
Q. WHAT ARE YOU TAKING THAT IS WORKING FOR YOU OR YOU HAVE SEEN RESULTS IN OTHERS?
Q. WHERE CAN I GET IT, HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
I am a 40 year old adult living with ADD since I was 10yrs old. I started out taking Ritalin (as this was the only medicine at the time). It helped me focus in school and daily life, but gave me really bad nervous shakes/tremors. So, I stopped taking it. I started taking another ADD medicine in my 30's along with a sleeping aid for about 3 yrs. Now I am taking nothing. I do, however, drink nighttime or chamomile tea to help calm my nerves, ginkgo biloba (thinking this will help my thought process) and multivitamins. Thx in advance for any suggestions, advice and help :)
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